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By rwakeley14/11/2021 15:50Sun Nov 14 15:50:13 2021

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First and foremost, here's wishing Luca all the best.
Now for some customary drivel...
I have to say, just watched Lee's post-match interview. I thought he spoke exceptionally well.
I see a certain Matty Harriott is at Beaconsfield. I quite liked him. Tenacious - in fact very tenacious. Always thought he should have really established himself somewhere. He versus Hamza, an interesting match-up and for me sets a familiar tone. I've thought throughout this entire season, the games have come in small, definable clusters with a similar feel. None more so than Chesham and Beaconsfield. A sort of Substance vs Style confrontation. I see these two games as a dogfight.
Past recollections of Beaconsfield - quite vivid. From them, long-distance free-kicks ballooned. Callum Webb constantly pushing high, crossing at the first opportunity for Marvin Morgan and recent plaudits for the lad McCoy suggests the flanks could be interesting. Recent FAT opponents Margate's Palmer cutting inside are reminiscent of Sean Lucien.
Underpinned by Lee's comments on what we failed to execute at Chesham. I think the lad is spot on.
Then another distinctive batch - 6 home games over 6 weeks. Could possibly define the season and on that mode, in some ways, I think our season and specifically our home form has to start to kick in.
Plenty to play for.

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